Vernacular And Earthen Architecture: Conservation And Sustainability - Mileto Camilla (Curatore); Vegas López-Manzanares Fernando (Curatore); García-Soriano Lidia (Curatore); Cristini Valentina (Curatore) | Libro Crc Press 08/2017 - HOEPLI.it


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Vernacular and Earthen Architecture: Conservation and Sustainability Proceedings of SosTierra 2017 (Valencia, Spain, 14-16 September 2017)

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Genere:Libro
Lingua: Inglese
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CRC Press

Pubblicazione: 08/2017
Edizione: 1° edizione





Note Editore

Vernacular architecture in general and earthen architecture in particular, with their rich variety of forms worldwide, are custodians of the material culture and identity of the peoples who built them. In addition, they are widely recognized as ancestral examples of sustainability in all their variants and interpretations, and the architecture of the present ought to learn from these when designing the sustainable architecture of the future. The conservation of these architectures – seemingly simple yet full of wisdom – is to be undertaken now given their intrinsic value and their status as genuine examples of sustainability to be learnt from and interpreted in contemporary architecture. Vernacular and earthen architecture: Conservation and Sustainability will be a valuable source of information for academics and professionals in the fields of Environmental Science, CivilEngineering, Construction and Building Engineering and Architecture.




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Plenary lectures Markers of earthen construction modern revival H. Guillaud The geography of earth building M. Lewis Vernacular earthen architecture A sustainable repair process for heritage buildings in historic Jeddah A.A. Adas & M.Y. Alaidaroos Santal mud dwellings: Materials, construction and space typology I. Ahmed The study and analysis of the adaptation of earthen constructions in Hadhramaut (Yemen) A.A. Alaidarous Vernacular houses of Stratonikeia: Architectural typology, materials and techniques O.B. Avsar & U.D. Genc Ksar Taghit: Earthen architecture between authenticity and changes T. Bachir Cherif & M. Aiche Supplemented rammed earth in the northwestern regions of Valencia L. Balaguer Garzón, L. García-Soriano & L. Villacampa Crespo Earth construction in prehistoric settlements of southern Portugal P. Bruno Vernacular construction techniques and earth employ in Arg-e-Bam (Iran) C. Cacciavillani, S. Rinaldi & M. Severini Vernacular heritage in Mendoza (Cuyo region, Argentina) S.A. Cirvini Comparative evolution of vernacular mudbrick houses in the Nile Delta and Qurna (Luxor) M. Correas Amador & C. Simpson Tapiabrick: A digital platform on brick-supplemented rammed earth walls V. Cristini & J.R. Ruiz Checa The ancient caves from El Alguacilejo. Vernacular habitat and landscape of Gran Canaria, Spain I. Díaz-Ramos & J. Manzano-Cabrera Interpretation of sustainable desert architecture in Ghadames city, Libya A. Eltrapolsi & H. Altan Thermal performance and comfort of vernacular earthen buildings in Egypt and Portugal J. Fernandes, M. Dabaieh, R. Mateus, S.M. Silva, L. Bragança & H. Gervásio Earthen construction in Ourense, Galicia (Spain) A. Fernández Palicio Earthen vernacular architecture in Cuneo’s territories (Piedmont, Italy) F. Fratini, S. Rescic, M. Mattone & L. Rovero Vernacular earthen architecture and its restoration in the region of La Manchuela in Albacete (Spain) L. García-Soriano Earthen elements in the Iberian Peninsula: Cataloging and preliminary study L. García-Soriano, L. Villacampa Crespo & F.J. Gómez-Patrocinio Vernacular architecture in El Khorbat, Morocco. Evolution of the Igrems T. Gil Piqueras, P. Rodríguez-Navarro & A. Pérez Vila Examination of structural decay processes in adobe vernacular architecture in Spain F.J. Gómez-Patrocinio, L. García-Soriano & L. Balaguer Garzón Mid-century earthen architecture in Aotearoa New Zealand—a new vernacular? M. Hall Stone, clay and turf in architectural construction B. Juvanec Transforming Kasena houses and indigenous building technology in Burkina Faso H. Kobayashi, T. Shimizu, M. Ito & S. Nakao Earth and gypsum: From theory to practice in Spanish vernacular architecture V. La Spina Earthen roofs in the region of Murcia, Spain: La Azohía F.J. López Martínez & V. La Spina Material and typological characterization of the tighremt n’Aït Makhat (Morocco) J.M. López-Osorio, S. Batani Sembak & L. Martínez Bernal Mud architecture: Sustaining communities in cold desert regions of Northern India A.K. Meel & G. Nanda Earthen heritage in the USA: Approximation to constructive techniques C. Mileto & F. Vegas López-Manzanares SOSTierra Project. Initial results C. Mileto, F. Vegas López-Manzanares, L. García-Soriano & V. Cristini A method of cataloguing for the earthen architectural heritage in Santo Domingo neighborhood in Tuxtla Gutierrez, Chiapas, Mexico A. Parra Zebadúa & M. Genís Vinyals Study and appreciation of earthen architecture in Valencia’s southern farmland A. Pérez Vila Mestizo and hybrid typologies. Vernacular rural housing in Colombia Y. Pulgarín Mexico’s central area earthen architecture. Rammed earth construction: Use and technique D. Romero Olguín Domestic wineries in the Urz-Vidriales countryside (Spain) M. Ruiz-Bedia & A. Herrera Peral Scottish earth building materials M. Saez-Martinez & A. Leslie Thinking about historic resources: A proposed guidance document I.R. Stiegler, R. McManus, M. Achenza, M. al-Aidaroos, M. Beas, J. Bell, L. Cooke, M. Costi de Castrillo, A. Crosby, B. Esquivel, J. Hurd, B. Isik, P. Jerome, M. Lambert, T. Leiermann, C. Mileto, G. Shemdin, J. Vargas & F. Vegas Historic cob structures in Moravia Z. Syrová & J. Syrový A study of pit houses with soil-covered roofs in a humid climate in Japan T. Tsukidate Traditional earthen architecture in Aragon, Spain L. Villacampa Crespo, J.M. Sanz Zaragoza & L. García-Soriano The use of natural materials and ancient building techniques: The case for rammed earth construction E.L. Wagner Wind and dwellings in the villages of Rincón de Ademuz, Valencia (Spain) W. Ji Rehabilitation of vernacular earthen architecture Thermal insulation for a sustainable rehabilitation of traditional buildings M. Achenza Thermal assessment of the behavior of retrofitted rammed earth in central Catalonia G. Barbeta, M.M. Pareta, M.A. Chamorro & M. Sabata Using machine-dismantled cotton seed hulls in the making of light earth blocks A. González & S. Cabrera The systemic approach in the intervention on earthen architecture J.L. González Moreno-Navarro, M. Genís Vinyals, B. Onecha Pérez & A. Casals Balagué Kasbah Taourirt: Conserving earthen heritage in Morocco B. Marcus, C. Cancino & M. Boussalh Consumption study and energy optimization of a typical Valencian house A. Martínez, R. Royo & S. Tormo Maps, actors & local policies around earth buildings in Auvergne Rhône-Alpes G. Paccoud, M. Chamodot, L. Génis, F. Gutiérrez, E. Mille, B. Rakotomamonjy, J. Avons-Bariot & D. Studer Rammed earth buildings to meet Italian thermal regulation: Monitoring and sample tests R. Pennacchio & G. Piccablotto A pilot project, a tool for conserving the historic city of Cuenca, Ecuador B. Rakotomamonjy, E. Sevillano Gutiérrez & E. Carnevale Vernacular change in Brazil southeast region M.A.P. Rezende, S.L.A. Braga, J.L.R. Vale & M.V.S. Peixoto Investigating the preservation of vernacular earthen buildings of Louroujina (Akincilar) in North Cyprus R. Sabri & H. Altan Campiña Segoviana’s earthen heritage and conservation clues from Isère E. Sevillano Gutiérrez & E. Camarasaltas Pérez Transformation in the Kasena’s large earthen compound houses in Burkina Faso T. Shimizu, S. Nakao, H. Kobayashi & M. Ito Contemporary earthen architecture Hassan Fathy’s humane considerations in design and the significance of New Gourna A.G. Abdel Tawab A temporary pavilion as a way to experiment with mud. The case of Roly Poly L. Balboa Quesada & A.J. Jiménez Quesada A home with roots. Construction process of an adobe contemporanean house P. Bel-Anzué A minus carbon eco-cycle earthen refugee shelter: A feasibility study M. Dabaieh Net Zero Energy straw bale & rammed earth design; cold climate case study R. Davidson Natural clay plasters: Checking regulations to characterization tests A. González-Serrano, R. Rodríguez-García, L. Molina & M. Ponce Terra nova—earthen architecture and modernity F.M. Lorusso & S. Mecca The school of Baasneere, the process of international cooperation J.V. Maravilla Moreno & X. Ferragud Adam CEB Factory for seismic resistant earthen architecture design in Nepal F. Masso Ros CEB production in social insertion workshops. An experience in Algemesí (Spain) J. Nácher Martínez, J.V. Maravilla Moreno, X. Ferragud Adam & F.J. Gómez-Patrocinio A case-study project of reinterpretation of local traditional techniques J.R. Ruiz Checa & V. Cristini Restoration of monumental earthen architecture Restoration method on the southern wall of the Medieval access road to the Generalife I. Bestué Cardiel, F.J. López Martínez & J.C. Molina Gaitán The keep of the Alcázar of Carmona (Sevilla, Spain). Materials for the restoration of rammed earth walls F.J. Blasco-López, J. Canivell, A. Graciani, J.J. Martín-del-Río & F.J. Alejandre Rammed earth and formworks in Medieval fortifications




Autore

Camilla Mileto is architect (IUAV, Venice, Italy) and professor at the Universitat Politècnica of València - UPV (Spain), where she teaches architectural conservation both in graduate and postgraduate courses. She is presently director of the Master of Architectural Conservation at the UPV. She has been guest lecturer in the universities of Venice, Milano, Firenze and Palermo (Italy), Cordoba (Argentina) and the University of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia, USA). She is codirector of the journal Loggia and has extensively published on architectural heritage. She has received several international awards for her research, projects and built work. Fernando Vegas is architect (UPV, Valencia, Spain) and professor at the Universitat Politècnica of València (Spain), where he teaches architectural conservation and composition both in graduate and postgraduate courses. Together with Camilla Mileto, he coordinates de Unitwin UNESCO Chair for Earthen Architecture, Constructive Cultures and Sustainable Development in Spain. He has been guest lecturer in several international universities. He is codirector of the journal Loggia and has extensively published on architectural heritage. He has received several international awards for their research, projects and built work. Lidia García-Soriano is architect by ETSA -UPV (2010), Master in Conservation of Architectural Heritage (2013) and PhD in architecture from the UPV (2015). Currently, she is researcher at the Instituto de Restauración del Patrimonio in the Polytechnic University of Valencia (Spain). Her activity has focused on the scientific field of architectural heritage and its conservation, especially in the earthen architectural heritage and rammed earth architecture in particular, with several publications in these matters. Valentina Cristini (PhD. Architect) is assistant professor at Faculty of Architecture of the Universitat Politècnica de València (Spain) where she has been working since 2005, starting as granted student researcher. She has been visiting professor in several European and Extra-European Universities and Institutions from the beginning of her career. Currently she teaches both in graduate and postgraduate courses (MSc. Pedagogy). She has extensively published papers and texts on architectural conservation and she has joined several studies, projects and interventions for the preservation of monuments and vernacular architecture as in Spain as abroad.







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ISBN:

9781138035461

Condizione: Nuovo
Dimensioni: 9.75 x 6.75 in Ø 3.40 lb
Formato: Copertina rigida
Pagine Arabe: 824
Pagine Romane: xxii






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